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Clay

  1. Clay is the 464th most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 0.021%; percentile is 83.765 [SourceCBN]
  2. Clay is the 512th most popular last name (surname) in the United States; frequency is 0.023%; percentile is 35.449 [SourceCBN]
  3. Clay, Alabama, United States [County] includes Ashland [Populated], Barfield, Berwick, Bluff Springs, Bowden Grove, Brownsville, Campbell Springs, Campbells Crossroads, Carr Mill, Chambers Springs, Clairmont Springs, Cleveland Crossroads, Cooley Crossroads, Cragford, Delta, East Mill, Erin, Gibsonville, Glades, Gunthertown, Harkins Crossroads, Haynes Crossroad, High Pine, Highland, Hollins, Lineville [Populated], Mellow Valley, Midway, Midway, Millerville, Motley, Needmore, Pinkeyville, Pyriton, Rays Crossroads, Roselle, Ross Ford, Shady Grove, Sikesville, Skeggs Crossroads, Springhill, Union, Watts Crossroads, Weathers [SourceGSP]
  4. Clay, Alabama, United States [County]; population was 13,252 in 1990; housing units was 5,608 in 1990; location is 3316'N 8552'W; land area is 605.13 square miles (387,282 acres); water area is 0.93 square miles (594 acres); FIPS code is 27 [SourceCBP]
  5. Clay, Alabama, United States [Place] is in Jefferson County; location is 3342'9"N 8635'59"W; elevation is 936 feet [SourceGSP]
  6. Clay, Alabama, United States Postal Service Zip Code is 35048 [SourcePSZ]
  7. Clay, Arkansas, United States [County] includes Bell City, Boydsville, Brookings, Cache Lake, Carryville, Corning [Populated], Crockett, Current View, Current View, Datto [Populated], Dixie, Greenway [Populated], Hargrave Corner, Heelstring, Heubner, Hickoria, Holly Island Community, Knobel [Populated], Leonard, McDougal [Populated], Mitchell, Moark, Nimmons [Populated], Palatka, Patterson, Peach Orchard [Populated], Piggott [Populated], Pollard [Populated], Rector [Populated], Reyno [Populated], Rhyne, Saint Francis, Success [Populated], Tipperary, West Kennett [SourceGSP]
  8. Clay, Arkansas, United States [County]; population was 18,107 in 1990; housing units was 8,362 in 1990; location is 3623'N 9025'W; land area is 639.35 square miles (409,181 acres); water area is 2.12 square miles (1,357 acres); FIPS code is 21 [SourceCBP]
  9. Clay, Arkansas, United States [Place] is in White County; location is 3523'48"N 9147'10"W; elevation is 261 feet [SourceGSP]
  10. Clay, California, United States [Place] is in Sacramento County; location is 3820'10"N 1219'30"W; elevation is 102 feet [SourceGSP]
  11. Clay, Colorado, United States [Place] is in Jefferson County; location is 3951'31"N 10515'48"W [SourceGSP]
  12. Clay, Florida, United States [County] includes Bellair, Belmore, Brewers Landing, Camp Echockotee, Doctors Inlet, Fellowship Park, Green Cove Springs [Populated], Hibernia, Highland, Holly Point, Hugh, Keystone Heights [Populated], Kingsley, Kingsley Beach, Kingsley Village, Lake Geneva, Laurel Grove, Leno, Loch Lommond, Magnolia Springs, Meadowbrook Terrace, Middleburg, Neilhurst, North Meadowbrook Terrace, Orange Park [Populated], Orange Park Landing, Pass Station, Penney Farms [Populated], Ridgewood, Russell, Russell Landing, Tibbits Park Palms, Walkill, West Tocoi [SourceGSP]
  13. Clay, Florida, United States [County]; population was 105,986 in 1990; housing units was 40,249 in 1990; location is 2959'N 8151'W; land area is 601.15 square miles (384,734 acres); water area is 42.59 square miles (27,255 acres); FIPS code is 19 [SourceCBP]
  14. Clay, Georgia, United States [County] includes Bellville, Bethel, Bluffton [Populated], Cotton Hill, Days Crossroads, Farmers Landing, Fort Gaines [Populated], Garnersville, Harrisons Mill, Jeff, Jones Crossing, Moores Crossroads, Pecan, Ricks Place, Suttons Corner, Watson Crossroads, Zetto [SourceGSP]
  15. Clay, Georgia, United States [County]; population was 3,364 in 1990; housing units was 1,586 in 1990; location is 3137'N 8460'W; land area is 195.22 square miles (124,942 acres); water area is 21.79 square miles (13,944 acres); FIPS code is 61 [SourceCBP]
  16. Clay, Illinois, United States [County] includes Bible Grove, Camp Travis, Clay City [Populated], Cruse, Flora [Populated], Greendale, Hord, Ingraham, Iola [Populated], Kenner, Louisville [Populated], Oskaloosa, Riffle, Sailor Springs [Populated], Wendelin, Xenia [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  17. Clay, Illinois, United States [County]; population was 14,460 in 1990; housing units was 6,270 in 1990; location is 3845'N 8829'W; land area is 469.28 square miles (300,340 acres); water area is 0.59 square miles (378 acres); FIPS code is 25 [SourceCBP]
  18. Clay, Indiana, United States [County] includes Art, Barrick Corner, Bee Ridge, Benwood, Billtown, Billville, Bogle Corner, Brazil [Populated], Brunswick, Buchanan Corner, Carbon [Populated], Cardonia, Cherryvale, Clay City, Cloverland, Coalmont, Cory, Eel River, Harmony [Populated], Hickory Island, Hoffman Crossing, Howesville, Knightsville [Populated], Lena, Middlebury, Old Hill, Perth, Poland, Pontiac, Saline City, Shady Lane, Stauton, Turner, Twin Beach [SourceGSP]
  19. Clay, Indiana, United States [County]; population was 24,705 in 1990; housing units was 10,606 in 1990; location is 3924'N 877'W; land area is 357.65 square miles (228,894 acres); water area is 2.77 square miles (1,774 acres); FIPS code is 21 [SourceCBP]
  20. Clay, Iowa, United States [County] includes Cornell, Dickens [Populated], Everly [Populated], Fostoria [Populated], Gillett Grove [Populated], Greenville [Populated], Langdon, Peterson [Populated], Rossie [Populated], Royal [Populated], Spencer [Populated], Webb [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  21. Clay, Iowa, United States [County]; population was 17,585 in 1990; housing units was 7,659 in 1990; location is 435'N 959'W; land area is 568.94 square miles (364,120 acres); water area is 3.63 square miles (2,321 acres); FIPS code is 41 [SourceCBP]
  22. Clay, Kansas, United States [County] includes Broughton, Browndale, Clay Center, Clifton [Populated], Garfield Center, Green [Populated], Idana, Industry, Ladysmith, Longford [Populated], Morganville [Populated], Oak Hill [Populated], Vining [Populated], Wakefield [Populated] [SourceGSP]
  23. Clay, Kansas, United States [County]; population was 9,158 in 1990; housing units was 4,138 in 1990; location is 3921'N 9710'W; land area is 643.88 square miles (412,083 acres); water area is 11.59 square miles (7,416 acres); FIPS code is 27 [SourceCBP]
  24. Clay, Kentucky, United States [City]; population was 1,173 in 1990; housing units was 533 in 1990; location is 3729'N 8749'W; land area is 0.89 square miles (572 acres); FIPS code is 15202 [SourceCBP]
  25. Clay, Kentucky, United States [County] includes Alger, Ammie, Ashers Fork, Barcreek, Benge, Bernice, Big Creek, Bluehole, Botto, Brightshade, Brutus, Burning Springs, Chestnutburg, Cottongim, Creekville, Datha, Deer Lick, Eriline, Fall Rock, Felty, Fogertown, Gardner, Garrard, Goose Rock, Grace, Hector, Hensley, Hima, Hooker, Jacks Creek, Larue, Laurel Creek, Lincoln, Littleton, Manchester [Populated], Marcum, McWhorter, Mill Pond, Ogle, Oneida, Panco, Peabody, Pigeonroost, Plank, Portersburg, Queendale, Sextons Creek, Shepherdtown, Sibert, Sidell, Spring Creek, Spurlock, Tanksley, Teges, Trixie, Urban, Vine, Wild Cat [SourceGSP]
  26. Clay, Kentucky, United States [County]; population was 21,746 in 1990; housing units was 7,930 in 1990; location is 379'N 8343'W; land area is 471.02 square miles (301,455 acres); water area is 0.07 square miles (44 acres); FIPS code is 51 [SourceCBP]
  27. Clay, Kentucky, United States [Populated Place] is in Webster County; location is 3728'36"N 8749'12"W; elevation is 379 feet [SourceGSP]
  28. Clay, Kentucky, United States Postal Service Zip Code is 42404 [SourcePSZ]
  29. Clay, Louisiana, United States [Place] is in Jackson Parish; location is 3225'58"N 9240'37"W; elevation is 206 feet [SourceGSP]
  30. Clay, Minnesota, United States [County] includes Averill, Baker, Barnesville [Populated], Comstock [Populated], Dale, Dilworth [Populated], Downer, Felton [Populated], Finkle, Georgetown [Populated], Glyndon [Populated], Hawley [Populated], Hitterdal [Populated], Kragnes, Manitoba Junction, Moorhead [Populated], Muskoda, Rollag, Rustad, Sabin [Populated], Tansem, Ulen [Populated], Winnipeg Junction [SourceGSP]
  31. Clay, Minnesota, United States [County]; population was 50,422 in 1990; housing units was 18,546 in 1990; location is 4654'N 9630'W; land area is 1,045.29 square miles (668,987 acres); water area is 7.49 square miles (4,796 acres); FIPS code is 27 [SourceCBP]
  32. Clay, Mississippi, United States [County] includes Abbott, Cedar Bluff, Griffith, Mhoons Valley, Montpelier, Pheba, Siloam, Stephen, Tibbee, Una, Vinton, Waddell, Waverly, West Point [Populated], Whites [SourceGSP]
  33. Clay, Mississippi, United States [County]; population was 21,120 in 1990; housing units was 7,737 in 1990; location is 3339'N 8846'W; land area is 408.55 square miles (261,475 acres); water area is 7.49 square miles (4,797 acres); FIPS code is 25 [SourceCBP]
  34. Clay, Mississippi, United States [Place] is in Itawamba County; location is 3416'12"N 8820'14"W [SourceGSP]
  35. Clay, Missouri, United States [County] includes Arley, Avondale [Populated], Barry, Birmingham [Populated], Chandler, Claycomo [Populated], Crescent Lake, Ectonville, Excelsior Springs [Populated], Excelsior Springs Junction, Gashland, Gladstone [Populated], Glenaire [Populated], Greenville, Harlem, Holt [Populated], Kansas City [Populated], Kearney [Populated], Liberty, Maple Park, Miltondale, Minaville, Missouri City [Populated], Mosby [Populated], Nashua, North Kansas City [Populated], Northern Heights, Northmoor [Populated], Oaks [Populated], Oakview [Populated], Oakwood, Oakwood Manor [Populated], Oakwood Park [Populated], Paradise, Pleasant Valley, Prathersville, Randolph [Populated], Roosterville, Smithville [Populated], South Liberty, Stockdale, Vibbard, Winner, Winnwood Gardens, Wood Heights, Woodhill [SourceGSP]
  36. Clay, Missouri, United States [County]; population was 153,411 in 1990; housing units was 63,000 in 1990; location is 3919'N 9425'W; land area is 396.46 square miles (253,734 acres); water area is 12.70 square miles (8,129 acres); FIPS code is 47 [SourceCBP]
  37. Clay, Missouri, United States [Place] is in Adair County; location is 4013'39"N 9227'8"W; elevation is 696 feet [SourceGSP]
  38. Clay, Nebraska, United States [County] includes Anan, Clay Center [Populated], Deweese [Populated], Edgar [Populated], Eldorado, Fairfield [Populated], Glenville, Harvard [Populated], Inland, Ong [Populated], Saronville [Populated], Sutton [Populated], Trumbull [Populated], Verona [SourceGSP]
  39. Clay, Nebraska, United States [County]; population was 7,123 in 1990; housing units was 3,173 in 1990; location is 4031'N 983'W; land area is 573.07 square miles (366,763 acres); water area is 0.49 square miles (315 acres); FIPS code is 35 [SourceCBP]
  40. Clay, New York, United States [Place] is in Onondaga County; location is 4311'9"N 7610'22"W [SourceGSP]
  41. Clay, New York, United States Postal Service Zip Code is 13041 [SourcePSZ]
  42. Clay, North Carolina, United States [County] includes Brasstown, Elf, Fires Creek, Hayesville [Populated], Pine Log Village, Pinelog, Shooting Creek, Tusquitee, Warne [SourceGSP]
  43. Clay, North Carolina, United States [County]; population was 7,155 in 1990; housing units was 4,158 in 1990; location is 353'N 8345'W; land area is 214.71 square miles (137,412 acres); water area is 5.90 square miles (3,773 acres); FIPS code is 43 [SourceCBP]
  44. Clay, North Carolina, United States [Place] is in Granville County; location is 3614'33"N 7835'17"W [SourceGSP]
  45. Clay, Ohio, United States [Place] is in Jackson County; location is 3856'7"N 8234'1"W; elevation is 707 feet [SourceGSP]
  46. Clay, Pennsylvania, United States [Place] is in Lancaster County; location is 4013'6"N 7615'21"W; elevation is 363 feet [SourceGSP]
  47. Clay, South Dakota, United States [County] includes Alsen, Bloomingdale, Burbank, Colfax Corner, Dalesburg, Greenfield, Hub City, Lodi, Meckling, Vermillion [Populated], Wakonda [Populated], Westreville [SourceGSP]
  48. Clay, South Dakota, United States [County]; population was 13,186 in 1990; housing units was 4,892 in 1990; location is 4255'N 9658'W; land area is 411.64 square miles (263,451 acres); water area is 5.09 square miles (3,259 acres); FIPS code is 27 [SourceCBP]
  49. Clay, Tennessee, United States [County] includes Arcott, Bakerton, Baptist Ridge, Boles, Butlers Landing, Celina [Populated], Cherry Crossroads, Clementsville, Denton Crossroads, Fairview, Free Hill, Hermitage Springs, Jenkins Village, Midway, Miles Crossroads, Moss, Neely Crossroads, Oak Grove, Pine Hill, Richville, Saint John, Thompsons Store, Union Hill, Willow Grove [SourceGSP]
  50. Clay, Tennessee, United States [County]; population was 7,238 in 1990; housing units was 3,340 in 1990; location is 3633'N 8533'W; land area is 236.12 square miles (151,116 acres); water area is 23.15 square miles (14,813 acres); FIPS code is 27 [SourceCBP]
  51. Clay, Texas, United States [County] includes Bellevue [Populated], Bluegrove, Buffalo Springs, Byers [Populated], Charlie, Dean [Populated], Deer Creek, Dickworsham, Edwards, Frame, Halsell, Henrietta [Populated], Huggins, Hurnville, Jolly [Populated], Joy, Newport, Petrolia [Populated], Prospect, Raymond, Shannon, Stanfield, Thornberry, Vashti, Walton [SourceGSP]
  52. Clay, Texas, United States [County]; population was 10,024 in 1990; housing units was 4,708 in 1990; location is 3347'N 9812'W; land area is 1,097.87 square miles (702,636 acres); water area is 18.36 square miles (11,749 acres); FIPS code is 77 [SourceCBP]
  53. Clay, Texas, United States [Place] is in Burleson County; location is 3023'21"N 9620'36"W [SourceGSP]
  54. Clay, Virginia, United States [Place] is in Bedford County; location is 3723'0"N 7914'46"W; elevation is 852 feet [SourceGSP]
  55. Clay, West Virginia, United States [County] includes Avoca, Bentree, Bickmore, Bomont, Clay [Populated], Clay Junction, Cressmont, Crosby, Dille, Dink, Dorfee, Duck, Dundon, Eakle, Elkhurst, Enoch, Floe, Fola, Glen, Gould, Groves, Hallburg, Harrison, Hartland, Independence, Indore, Ivydale, Little Italy, Lizemores, Lydia, Marne, Maysel, Nebo, Oakton, O'Brion, Odessa, Ossia, Ovapa, Paxton, Porter, Procious, Queen Shoals, Rouzer, Sand Fork, Shelton, Spread, Swandale, Triplett, Upper Leatherwood, Valley Fork, Varneytown, Wallback, Warfield, Wattsville, Whetstone, Widen [SourceGSP]
  56. Clay, West Virginia, United States [County]; population was 9,983 in 1990; housing units was 4,359 in 1990; location is 3828'N 814'W; land area is 342.43 square miles (219,153 acres); water area is 1.42 square miles (910 acres); FIPS code is 15 [SourceCBP]
  57. Clay, West Virginia, United States [Populated Place] is in Clay County; location is 3827'37"N 815'7"W; elevation is 708 feet [SourceGSP]
  58. Clay, West Virginia, United States [Town]; population was 592 in 1990; housing units was 305 in 1990; location is 3828'N 815'W; land area is 0.57 square miles (367 acres); water area is 0.06 square miles (39 acres); FIPS code is 15676 [SourceCBP]
  59. Clay, West Virginia, United States Postal Service Zip Code is 25043 [SourcePSZ]
  60. Somerville, Texas, United States Postal Service Zip Code is 77839 (Clay) [SourcePSZ]


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